This is a fantastic activity to help students demonstrate their understanding of adjectives! Staple half-sheet to the outside of a brown paper bag and send it home with students. Students choose an object to bring to school in a paper bag that can
Students practice replacing words with given antonyms. Works well as a homework worksheet, as in-class work for early finishers, or as a pair-share exercise.
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These I Have / Who Has cards can be used for small groups, centers, or morning meeting. This is a great resource for teaching the I Have / Who Has game to students and for reviewing numbers in both "standard" and "word" forms. There are 20 cards in
This is a fun and easy game to play with the entire class, but could also work well as a small group activity. It is a great way for students to practice reading "Bossy E" words and struggling readers are scaffolded by the images on the